blog about wiping the slate clean, dealing with arguments, forgiving someone and forgetting, self help blog talking about ending arguments
So to wipe the slate clean you have had to have a dilemma at some point, and argument with someone for example and because you can’t agree doesn’t have to be full blown argument, yet you want to say “Okay we can’t agree so I can’t meet you in the middle, but lets just say how we feel and l;eave it at that”, but often it can become more.
Often it can be about our passed and how you felt for each other, constant negativity, yet wiping the slate clean is to forget and forgive.
WE CAN’T PLEASE EVERYONE OR BE FRIENDS WITH EVERYONE, BUT STILL BE RESPECTFUL, AND WHAT YOU DISH OUT IS WHAT YOU’LL RECEIVE BACK!
You go through who was it that started the argument? You go home and feel like slamming every door in the house, yet not resolved and you go through and througjh some more, and turning very angry that it arupts into spitefulness and pointing at every issue you have about them and they do the same, but after time can be fixed.
Often we just need a breather and time to reflect on how we feel about someone.
So if you are going through a break up do you wish to argue with this person everyday and be resentful all your life?
No! As if you never agree and it turns into attacking them and you, aren’t we all worth the time and effort to see if it can be over and return to being polite and civil? Yes it can.
Often we need to withdraw ourselves and be the first to make immense with that person rather than holding a constant grudge.
Does it depend on what they did?
Yes! It is all about giving chances and sitting down having a chat with them, and you can come to the poiint that you are laughing, but if staff towards you again to begin the argument again, it is then, you’ve given them a chance, now it is time to walk away.
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